Description: Adi Shankara became a monk at a very young age. The story goes that one day, he went begging for his food as was the custom, and arrived at the hut of a very poor Brahmin woman. The woman had no food at home except an Amla fruit (gooseberry), and she gave this to Adi Shankara. He was so overwhelmed by her generosity and so moved by her poverty that he extemporaneously composed and sang the Kanakadhara Stotram in front of the woman's hut. This prayer instantly invoked the Goddess Mahalakshmi, who rained down a shower of gold for the woman. Each piece of gold was shaped like a gooseberry. Reciting this prayer is said to eliminate poverty, but I don't think it's that simple. I think the key factor in this miracle was the kindness of the woman-- she didn't have the heart to send away a hungry little boy emptyhanded, so she gave him the only food she had. Such a simple thing to do, but how many of us could do it?Apparently, the woman's descendants still live in the place where this miracle took place, in the town of Kaladi, Kerala. Kaladi is also Adi Shankara's birthplace.Album: Divine Chants of Mahalakshmi.Singer: Uma Mohan.
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Adi Shankaracharya was possibly one of the great saints of his time.. After brahmopadesa, as is usual during those times, he was asked to beg alms for his lunch. One day when he went to a Brahmin house, the lady of the house was so poor that she did not have anything to give him. She searched...
Kanakadhara Stotram Lyrics - Kanaka Dharaa Stavam Lyrics 1 Angam hare pulaka bhooshanamasrayanthi, Bhringanga neva mukulabharanam thamalam, Angikrithakhila vibhuthi rapanga leela, Mangalyadasthu mama mangala devathaya. 2 Mugdha muhurvidhadhadathi vadhane Muraare, Premathrapaa pranihithani...
Telugu Kanakadhara Stotram with Scripts
English Translation by Ramesh Krishnakumar, to the stirring rendering by MSSubbulakshmi This Divine Hymn to the Goddess of Prosperity is considered to be powerful and beneficial to those who recite or listen. Adi Sankara one of the greatest Hindu saints was born in a poor Brahmin family in Kerala. After his initiation into the spiritual path, it was a routine to beg alms for his food. One day when he went to a Brahmin house, the lady of the house was so poor that she did not have anything to give him. She searched hard and found one small fruit of (amla) gooseberry, which she gave to Sankara the boy. He was so touched by her gesture that he composed these 21 mellifluous hymns on Goddess Lakshmi. It is said that hearing this Goddess lakshmi poured golden gooseberries as rain into the poor womans house. Even today it is believed that poverty would be banished by singing this hymn.
Please watch in HD for clear text and good quality ---------------------------------------------------------------------- Śrī Kanakadhārā stotram is one of the earliest compositions of the preeminent 8th century philosopher saint Śrī Ādi Śaṅkarācarya addressed to Goddess Lakṣmī, the goddess of wealth, prosperity and fortune. Sri Shankaracharya invoking the blessings of Goddess Lakshmi through Kanakadhara stotram This stotra was composed by the great saint at a tender age. According to tradition, during the early boyhood of the great seer, as with tradition and customs, it was customary for young Brahmacārī boys to begging for alms. During one such rounds, the seer reached a house of a poor Brahmin lady. When he called out for alms, the Brahmin ladys heart melted in sorrow, since she had nothing but a gooseberry (Āmalaka) to offer. The Brahmin lady offered the only gooseberry she had at home to the young celibate. Seeing the devotion and earnestness and taking pity of the poor lady, the great seer composed this stotra extempore, extolling Goddess Lakṣmī and addressed as a prayer to bestow her bountiful blessings. It is said that upon the composition of this stotra, Goddess Lakṣmī appeared and showered her grace upon the poor Brahmin lady. To this day, the descendants of the Brahmin lady live at the very place which was graced by Śrī Śaṅkara and Goddess Lakṣmī; at Kalady. The family is known by the name of Swarnattu Mana, true to its name, meaning house of gold ...
This is a very beautiful stotra of Goddess Lakshmi. It is created by Param Poojya Adi Shankaracharya. It is in Sanskrit and it is a praise of Goddess Lakshmi. We know that Adi Shankaracharya was sanyasi. He has nothing to ask for himself from Goddess Lakshmi. This stotra was created by him for the people who were very poor. They can't afford to purchase even food. Adi Shankaracharya was very much moved when he saw such poverty and he created this beautiful KanakaDhara Stotra. It may be a myth but it is said that after completion and listening of this stotra, Goddess Lakshmi poured a shower of Gold coins. We know that in India when we praise a person in front of his wife, Wife becomes very pleased. The same way Adi in this stotra first praised God Vishnu with all his names Narayan, Mukund, Keshav, Hari, Madhusudan and by many other names. He also is calling Goddess Lakshmi as Vakdevata, Shakambhari, Parvati and Lakshmi. He is also saying that Goddess is ShrutiRupa, RatiRupa, Shaktiswarupa and Purushottam priya Pushti. Finally he says that "I bow to Kamala who is having a beautiful face like a beautiful lotus. I bow to Shri Devi who is a daughter of an Ocean or who is came out of an Ocean. I bow to the sister of Moon and Sudha. I bow to the wife of Bhagwan Narayan." He further says that when we worship Goddess Lakshmi, we receive her blessings which fulfill our desires, we become wealthy. Hence he worship Goddess Lakshmi with his mind, words (Praise) and body. He says to ...
KANAKADHARA STOTRAM- EARN MONEY BY CHANTING THIS GREAT MANTRA- visit- divine-thought.blogspot.com Somebody has said,"Money is not God but not less than God. Here is the Kanakdhara Stotra for you to get NAME, FAME and PROSPERITY in life. We all know that money has become everything today. We cannot imagine our life without it. What you need to be a successful person? Nothing but Name, Fame and Prosperity. Anyone, who reads it with true faith on Goddess Lakshmi, he/she will get enough money to run his/her life properly. You will never feel lack of money then as the Goddess Mahalakshmi will bestow her blessings on you. It is said that Jagadguru Shankracharya had made the goddess to rain of money in terms of gold and other precious stones. NOTE: Everyone has to remember that never be arrogant if you have money. Help the poor and needy people. Respect girl-child. Donate for humanity. You will be successful. Story Sri Adi Shankara was a great saint, an avatara purusha, who lived in India around 8th- 9th century AD. He was not only a great scholar and a jnani (Self-Realized soul), but also a great bhakta (devotee) of the Lord. The story goes that one day, he went begging for his food as was the custom, and arrived at the hut of a very poor Brahmin woman. The woman had no food at home except an Amla fruit (gooseberry), and she gave this to Adi Shankara. He was so overwhelmed by her generosity and so moved by her poverty that he extemporaneously composed and sang the Kanakadhara ...
This hymn is perhaps the first composition by Adya Shankaracharya, when he was less than eight years of age. For Devanagari script and English translation click on: www.stutimandal.com or www.riiti.com For English transliteration and translation: www.celextel.org More about Adya Shankaracharya is available at: en.wikipedia.org and kodakkalshivaprasad.wetpaint.com and www.sringeri.net The images are downloaded from different websites, including hubblesite.org. The hymn is sung by the legendary MS Subbalaxmi.
Sri Kanakadhara Stotram is a beautiful and glorius Sanskrit Hymn by The Great Jagadguru Adi Sankaracharya on Goddess Mahalakshmi. Listening or regular recital of this Sloka pleases the eternal consort of Lord Mahavishnu Goddess Mahalakshmi and she bestows upon her loving devotees all opulences, wealth and prosperity and puts an end to all poverty and impediments.It is a very powerful mantra. Popular singer Srimathumitha renders the Kanakadhara Stotram.
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Kanakadhara Stotram in Telugu By Brahmasri Narasimhadevara Umamaheswara Sastry, Chintaluru
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